The Banton Is Back And Moving Like A Soldier Pon The Battlefield

Buju Banton’s Grammy-nominated album Before The Dawn was all recorded prior to his year-long incarceration, but the DJ’s been back at work since his November 10 release, which was of course made possible by Stephen Marley. So when the former┬áPinellas County Prison inmate touched down on Stephen’s illmatic version of the “General Penitentiary” riddim, he had to go hard:

“Them lock me inna jail. And talk bout dem nah gimme no bail…”

Show u face in de place Gargamel. Ova evil goodness mus prevail. Let off…

[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/JahArmyBuju.mp3]

Our style fresh and fi dem style stale.

The Banton Is Back And Moving Like A Soldier Pon The Battlefield

Buju Banton’s Grammy-nominated album Before The Dawn was all recorded prior to his year-long incarceration, but the DJ’s been back at work since his November 10 release, which was of course made possible by Stephen Marley. So when the former┬áPinellas County Prison inmate touched down on Stephen’s illmatic version of the “General Penitentiary” riddim, he had to go hard:

“Them lock me inna jail. And talk bout dem nah gimme no bail…”

Show u face in de place Gargamel. Ova evil goodness mus prevail. Let off…

[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/JahArmyBuju.mp3]

Our style fresh and fi dem style stale.